Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:
Counterpart of lease to John Touchere and Christiana his wife, of a messuage, an empty place and a garden in different places for the life of the longer liver at an annual rent of 10s., 1376-06-12
Counterpart of lease to Thomas atte Howes, Margery his wife and one son of a messuage in Newnham for the life of the longest liver at an annual rent of 3s 4d, 1393-04
The messuage lies between a tenement of the wife of John Marshal and a tenement formerly John Loder's and abuts on ground formerly of Sir Leo Mortimer and on the highway.
Witnesses: John Herrys, mayor; Thomas Trivet; William Blickling; William Comberton; John Barker
Grant to John Charner de Newnham, senior, of a tenement held by gift of the said John for the life of the said John and thereafter to John, son of William de Brunne, burgess, 1347-12-01
The tenement lies between a tenement of Sir Thomas Mortimer and a tenement formly John Nightingale's and abuts on the high road, a tenement of John, son of the said John, and of Reginald de Willingham and on a tenement of the said Sir Thomas Mortimer.
Witnesses: Robert de Brigham, mayor; Thomas de Wells; Robert Martin; Daniel de Felsted; Henry de Beche, bailiffs; Nicholas Gosse; Simon Sinek; Robert Baron; John Laurence
Lease to John Brunne [College bailiff of estates], for life, of two adjacent tenements in Bridge Street and two gardens in Newnham., 1398-11-30
Locations featured include: New Haven, Connecticut [3381-89], specifically East Rock , Cambridge [3389-431, 3432-37] and the Newnham House beech [3416-19], Brandon Park [3392-413], Canterbury [3431-32], Valley Mills in Texas [3438-52] and Skull Creek, Bastrop [3450-52].
Some of this is in Grantchester parish, though the greater number are in St Giles' parish. The numbers XIV 38 to XIV 47 are not used.